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Confronting the Root Causes of Climate Change
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Breakout groups planning direct actions around the MVP pipeline. Climate camps, info sessions, supporting tree sits. This pipeline will not go in.
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"Our extreme weather is blowback from energy systems that were designed and operated in ways that entrenched inequalities."
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: Australia's coal bonanza at risk as Chinese import 'ban' spreads
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How do gauge whether you are successful or not with your direct action? We look at whether our movement has grown and whether the conversation around climate change and coal has shifted.
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Organizing shifts dominant paradigms. ⁦
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Roanoke, VA: Pipeline opponents meet with German environmental activists.
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Rising Tide and Ende Galaende meet tree sitters blocking the MVP pipeline.
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60 folks turned out in Roanoke, VA to hear Ende Galaende talk about direct action and plan how to scale up resistance in their own struggles.
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Over 50 at our tour stop in Roanoke, Virginia! Catch us tomorrow at our next stop in Charlottesville, Virginia. For more info: — attending Scaling Up Resistance: Stories from the German Climate...
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“The flooding this year could be worse than anything we’ve seen in recent years, even worse than the historic floods of 1993 and 2011,”
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“Intact forests are playing a large role in absorbing the CO2 we’re emitting,”
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"We are suffering from a collective amnesia around state repression and recent history …Collective amnesia is when we forget the stories, victories, mistakes, and debates of the recent past."
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leading youth to drop the F-bomb more. Time to fight fire with fucking fire.
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Ummmmm.... and the answer is....?
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Climate change is overwhelming our crappy water infrastructure
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The top four banks that invested most heavily in fossil fuel projects are all based in the U.S., and include JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citi, and Bank of America.
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US Government Knew Climate Risks in 1970s, National Petroleum Council Documents Show
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BREAKING Our new report finds oil majors have spent over $1bn on climate lobbying and misleading branding since the . Find out in our latest report:
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Collin Rees 11h
Big Oil’s top 5 will spend $110 BILLION on new oil & gas projects this year & just 3% as much on low-carbon investments, per on ’s report. That’s not an industry trying to transition. It’s a death trap. More:
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EPA’s ‘secret science’ proposal being used by Big Oil to undermine clean water rules
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